Microsoft One Note for Teachers Series
With Microsoft OneNote, educators can create digital notebooks that support academic standards and outcomes across disciplines. Students may use OneNote across content areas and grade levels. OneNote also supports research, collaboration, information management, communication, note taking, journaling, and other academic requirements.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Adminstrative Tools | Posted on July 7, 2014
Jerry Blumengarten has done it again – put together an excellent list of resources for school administrators. Check it out on his Cybraryman web site.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Adminstrative Tools, Leadership | Posted on June 18, 2014
Here are 2 great articles on leadership sure to help any new (or veteran) administrators.
What You Ignore, You Permit.
7 Reasons Why Documentation is Still a Great Leadership Tool
7 Steps to Flipped Professional Development is an article from Getting Smart blog which gives school administrators some ideas on how to improve their school meetings.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Adminstrative Tools, Pinterest | Posted on December 3, 2013
Leveraging Pinterest for School Administrators has links to several Pinterest boards with resources for school administrators.
The September 2012 issue of Educational Leadership will be about academic feedback. This graphic provides a strong visual to remind us all of the importance of effective feedback.
5 Ways Apple’s Culture Can Improve Your Classroom has advice such as “Let good ideas Breathe” to “Encourage Wrong Answers.” Interesting read for school administrators.
This is a PowerPoint I presented at our Administrators Academy on outlining ways school principals can “sell” their schools to their stakeholders:
Cloud Sync Storage Face Off
Wondering which cloud storage site to use? Here’s an article that compares the major players.
Digital Textbook Playbook
The Digital Textbook Playbook is a guide to help K-12 educators and administrators begin building rich digital learning experiences for students in districts across the country. The playbook offers information about determining broadband infrastructure for schools and classrooms, leveraging home and community broadband to extend the digital learning environment, and understanding necessary device considerations. It also provides lessons learned from school districts that have engaged in successful transitions to digital learning.
Twitter for Professional Learning Livebinder is a great resource from Technology Specialist Sandy Kendell. Very well organized and answers all your questions.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Adminstrative Tools, Evernote | Posted on February 22, 2012
Aww Web Whiteboard
A Web Whiteboard is touch-friendly online whiteboard app that lets you use your computer, tablet or smartphone to easily draw sketches, collaborate with others and share them with the world.
Works on all modern browsers, no installation needed.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Adminstrative Tools, iPad | Posted on January 30, 2012
iPad Resources for Administrators is a great place to look for any application that might make your job as an educational administrator a little bit easier.
Livebinder with Apps for School Administrators is another great collection of Apps suited for school principals and administrators.
Kaylee\’s Education Studio has a large assortment of classroom management tools for teachers to download.
20 Education Administrator Blogs You Should Start Following Right Now is a nice list of leading educators who reflect and write about current education topics.
Acceptable Use Policies in the Web 2.0 and Mobile Era from CosN addresses many of the AU policies debated in schools.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Adminstrative Tools, iPad | Posted on December 8, 2011
iPad Apps for Administrators is a nice list of free and paid Apps designed to help you save time and increase efficiency.
Free Summarizer.Com could either be a great tool to teach summarizing or a student’s easy way to grab text and have it put into “their” own words. I practiced with a couple long passages, and it does a suprisingly good job.
Embedit gives you an easy way to embed documents and presentations into your web sites. This can make viewing much easier to users running various operating systems.
At TeacherCast, you will find Screencasts demonstrating software, websites, and little tricks that will become essential for you in your classroom. We record Audio Podcasts featuring interviews with great professional educators. Finally, we will also maintain a great collection of links to some great apps, websites, and journals where we will feature the latest gadget reviews and how they can be best used in the classroom.
Web Tools That Educators Should Have in the Bag from Ozge Karaoglu’s Blog is a thorough list of free tools to help you be more productive in your classroom. While you are on this post, check out the other great ideas on this blog.